very important and very precious

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(Here have a silly comic sketch :U)

This is Pebble “No one messes with my krantt or I headbutt them” Ryder-Ama Darav.

Alternatively: Chapter Three of Why Evfra Thinks Ryder Should Watch Her Offspring Better

Bonus:

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Young Phoenix Wright appreciation post (ㅅ´ ˘ `) ♡

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“Cards on the table?”

“Ed had to struggle without his right hand-” Yeah ok but let’s not forget Al had to learn to function without any sense of touch and also being much bigger than he used to be, and of course he wasn’t the injured one so I’m sure he didn’t get as much attention and help as he deserved

Do not fucking underestimate how much Al went through he’s so much stronger than people give him credit for

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Charlene + budget 

anonymous asked:

I had no idea KnockOut was worried about Bee before you were talking about it in the ask awhile ago so I went and watched Predacons Rising watching out for it and you are right, KnockOut looks so devastated when he sees Bee get hurt! They've been on the same side one evening and KO is already the number one member of ProtectBumblebee club

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My only regrets are the moments when i doubted myself and took the safe route. Life is too short to waste time being unhappy.

#Kawakami defense squad
  • tarantulas: good, soft children. many-legged friends. looks like they could kill you but is actually a cinnamon roll. 12/10 very cute.
  • other, non-tarantula spiders that are just unnecessarily large and scary looking (ie, wolf spiders): demons
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Luisa Alver Appreciation Post (4/∞)
That face is ridiculous.

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There once was a ghost of a boy who liked to live in the shadows, so he wouldn’t frighten people. His job was to wait for his sister, who was still alive. She wasn’t afraid of the dark, because that’s where she knew her brother was. At night when darkness came to her room, she would tell her brother about the day. She would remind him how the sun felt on his skin, and what the air felt like to breathe, or how snow felt on his tongue

and that reminded her that she was still a l i v e.